George RR Martin promises a bittersweet ending to “The Winds of Winter”

By Staff Writer

Nov 10, 2015 07:34 AM EST

'Game of Thrones' creator, George RR Martin, do not want to be rushed about the 'The Winds of Winter' release. The 67-year old veteran writer had expressed that the latest book installment will be released early 2016; though, there is no concrete date yet that has been specified. In lieu, George RR Martin is excited as the fans are and promised that the ending of 'The Winds of Winter' will be bittersweet.

The highly anticipated 'Game of Thrones' installment will be taking its flight on 2016. But George RR Martin said that there is no way he could writer faster and advance the release date of 'The Winds of Winter,' The Inquistr shared. On the other hand, just to offer the fans a little tease about the next book installment, George RR Martin has released the official 'Game of Thrones' coloring book.

Moreover, in line with the current plot of 'Game of Thrones', the author expressed that he was never, in any way, expected the TV series to be align and catch up with the list of his popular books, Independent UK cited. George RR Martin has finished all these famous novels of him in year 1998, but fans and his big following are already waiting for more than 4 years for his novels' 6th installment, 'The Winds of Winter.'

On the other hand, the 'Game of Thrones' hinted that he likes bittersweet endings, contrary to what everyone perceived to be fans of the happy endings story. A lot of fans are waiting and very excited to know what will happen with their favorite characters. In this regard, George RR Martin has told the public to have some hope about what is going to happen next, Hollywood Reporter featured.

Though there is no specific date yet that 'The Winds of Winter' will be released, George RR Martin has promised the fans the best bittersweet ending he can come up with. Moreover, all the creativity and the mystery for entice the fans more hence the patience they are keeping. 

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